Friday, February 26, 2016

The Rise Of The Unprotected

The article below is very thought provoking and reveals where we are right now on the timeline:

Trump and the Rise of the Unprotected

We’re in a funny moment. Those who do politics for a living, some of them quite brilliant, are struggling to comprehend the central fact of the Republican primary race, while regular people have already absorbed what has happened and is happening. Journalists and politicos have been sharing schemes for how Marco parlays a victory out of winning nowhere, or Ted roars back, or Kasich has to finish second in Ohio. But in my experience any nonpolitical person on the street, when asked who will win, not only knows but gets a look as if you’re teasing him. Trump, they say.
I had such a conversation again Tuesday with a friend who repairs shoes in a shop on Lexington Avenue. Jimmy asked me, conversationally, what was going to happen. I deflected and asked who he thinks is going to win. “Troomp!” He’s a very nice man, an elderly, old-school Italian-American, but I saw impatience flick across his face: Aren’t you supposed to know these things? 
In America now only normal people are capable of seeing the obvious. 
But actually that’s been true for a while, and is how we got in the position we’re in.
Last October I wrote of the five stages of Trump, based on the K├╝bler-Ross stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. Most of the professionals I know are stuck somewhere between four and five.

But I keep thinking of how Donald Trump got to be the very likely Republican nominee. There are many answers and reasons, but my thoughts keep revolving around the idea of protection. It is a theme that has been something of a preoccupation in this space over the years, but I think I am seeing it now grow into an overall political dynamic throughout the West.
There are the protected and the unprotected. The protected make public policy. The unprotected live in it. The unprotected are starting to push back, powerfully.
The protected are the accomplished, the secure, the successful—those who have power or access to it. They are protected from much of the roughness of the world. More to the point, they are protected from the world they have created. Again, they make public policy and have for some time.

I want to call them the elite to load the rhetorical dice, but let’s stick with the protected.
They are figures in government, politics and media. They live in nice neighborhoods, safe ones. Their families function, their kids go to good schools, they’ve got some money. All of these things tend to isolate them, or provide buffers. Some of them—in Washington it is important officials in the executive branch or on the Hill; in Brussels, significant figures in the European Union—literally have their own security details.
Because they are protected they feel they can do pretty much anything, impose any reality. They’re insulated from many of the effects of their own decisions. 
One issue obviously roiling the U.S. and western Europe is immigration. It is THE issue of the moment, a real and concrete one but also a symbolic one: It stands for all the distance between governments and their citizens. 
It is of course the issue that made Donald Trump. 
Britain will probably leave the European Union over it. In truth immigration is one front in that battle, but it is the most salient because of the European refugee crisis and the failure of the protected class to address it realistically and in a way that offers safety to the unprotected.

If you are an unprotected American—one with limited resources and negligible access to power—you have absorbed some lessons from the past 20 years’ experience of illegal immigration. You know the Democrats won’t protect you and the Republicans won’t help you. Both parties refused to control the border. The Republicans were afraid of being called illiberal, racist, of losing a demographic for a generation. The Democrats wanted to keep the issue alive to use it as a wedge against the Republicans and to establish themselves as owners of the Hispanic vote.

Many Americans suffered from illegal immigration—its impact on labor markets, financial costs, crime, the sense that the rule of law was collapsing. But the protected did fine—more workers at lower wages. No effect of illegal immigration was likely to hurt them personally.

It was good for the protected. But the unprotected watched and saw. They realized the protected were not looking out for them, and they inferred that they were not looking out for the country, either. 
The unprotected came to think they owed the establishment—another word for the protected—nothing, no particular loyalty, no old allegiance.
In Germany the incident that tipped public opinion against the Chancellor Angela Merkel’s liberal refugee policy happened on New Year’s Eve in the public square of Cologne. Packs of men said to be recent migrants groped and molested groups of young women. It was called a clash of cultures, and it was that, but it was also wholly predictable if any policy maker had cared to think about it. And it was not the protected who were the victims—not a daughter of EU officials or members of the Bundestag. It was middle- and working-class girls—the unprotected, who didn’t even immediately protest what had happened to them. They must have understood that in the general scheme of things they’re nobodies.

What marks this political moment, in Europe and the U.S., is the rise of the unprotected. It is the rise of people who don’t have all that much against those who’ve been given many blessings and seem to believe they have them not because they’re fortunate but because they’re better. 
This is a terrible feature of our age—that we are governed by protected people who don’t seem to care that much about their unprotected fellow citizens. 
And a country really can’t continue this way.
In wise governments the top is attentive to the realities of the lives of normal people, and careful about their anxieties. That’s more or less how America used to be. There didn’t seem to be so much distance between the top and the bottom.
Now is seems the attitude of the top half is: You’re on your own. Get with the program, little racist.
Social philosophers are always saying the underclass must re-moralize. Maybe it is the overclass that must re-moralize. 
I don’t know if the protected see how serious this moment is, or their role in it.

Nearly 10 years ago, reporter Brian Williams and NBC news did a story about what the year 2017 would look like. Predicting that most to all human beings would have a microchip with which they could be positively identified by 2017, we see NBC's 'prediction' getting closer each day that we move closer to the death of the old system, the economic collapse that has long been warned of. We're also seeing more signs we're getting closer to that moment every day. 

Each day that we move a day closer to the beginning of 'the new' system, we see more stories from both the alternative media and the mainstream media that show we're rapidly entering a day and age of not only human beings microchipped 'en masse' but mankind merging with machine, the beginnings of our future as cyborgs unfolding before our eyes. We're also seeing more signs that human beings will be meant to be mere shells of our former selves as illustrated in this story from Susan Duclos showing a 'sea of human zombies' in America and the future the elites have planned for us. And what better way for them to control all of us than for humanity to be dependent upon their new 'cashless system' for everything? The warning from a Fortune 500 company employee below is another hint of where we're headed.  

We're seeing more signs every day that we're getting ever closer to the moment of collapse and in the new SQAlert below, we hear from an employee of a Fortune 500 company that his company is putting off on a lot of long-planned purchases and upgrades in the company to seemingly horde cash. Are they preparing for something they see coming down the road? As we're told in the 2nd video below from Crush The Street, the cashless society is coming and we better get prepared for it, especially if we plan not to participate within their system. 

Before videos, we'll close with a recent excerpt from a story by Bill Holter at JSMineSet last week called "The Mark Of The Beast" in which we're warned what the 'elite' have planned for us next. Holter clearly warns we're witnessing the emergence of the beast system. As our videographer tells us in the 1st video, "the level of concern in the church is profoundly lacking. Yet, we can rest in the fact that God is in control and that we don't need to fear these things."

Now let’s get to the REAL reasons to ban currency. First and foremost, those in power understand the viability to the current system is now very limited. In other words, they know the system is going to come down. On one hand the West has already passed legislation for “bail ins”. On the other hand, how best would it be best to corral capital into these banks they know will be bailed in? Now your putting the dots together!
This all assumes a couple of things. First, is there even enough time left before the system goes upside down to corral cash back into the banks? Then, will the population accept it willingly or will they revolt? The answer to the first question I believe is “no”. The system is so unstable (the East knows this), we can wake up any morning (probably a Monday) and find the markets cannot be opened.
The next question is whether the population will accept it? If markets have already seized up, I think the answer is a resounding no. Who, no matter how oblivious they are would give up their cash if they’ve already seen the banks bail in their balances? 
When you break this down, the real reason for a cashless society is “control”. What would people do if interest rates went negative? This is a very good question because it is the only policy option left for central banks. There would be a run on the banks and people would simply withdraw their cash. This would mean people moving out of the system instead of staying in the ringed fence area. A run on physical cash poses big problems for our planners, and “why” they will try to do away with it.

I had been awaiting the new Russian Investigative Committee White Book on the war crimes inflicted upon the Donbass people. It encompasses the reign of terror unleashed initially by the Kiev coup’s extremist groups who were let loose upon their fellow East Ukrainian citizens literally as torture and execution squads, hence the name “punishers” given to them by their many victims.

 As the evidence will show, the Kiev coup interior ministry people, National Guard and regular army units were also willing participants in the orgy of terror they inflicted on Donbass, given free rein to do so by their political and military leadership.

But that is not the end of it for all those in the West who look at the Ukraine tragedy as a local event in a faraway place. The United States, the EU, and NATO were all involved in it up to their eyeballs for their overthrowing the elected government which had just conceded to its opposition’s demands. But it gets even worse.

Those just mentioned had intelligence agencies that were fully aware of all of the atrocities being inflicted upon East Ukraine, the anti-Russian hatred unleashed upon those who refused to accept being ruled over by the gangsters and terrorists put in power by the West in Kiev. To date we have no record of the Western perpetrators stepping in to pressure Kiev into a position where the West could not be represented by a regime that exhibited such cruelty on a mass scale to its own people.

To all you veteran contractors involved, whether you worked for the State Department, the CIA or the other shadow government organizations that supported these crimes against humanity, directly or indirectly, while we have a breath in our bodies we will be working to see you have your day in a future war crimes tribunal where under the Nuremberg precedent, “acting under orders” was not an acceptable defense.

The online release of ‘The Tragedy of South-Eastern Ukraine: The White Book of Crimes’ is due soon. It consists of 2500 volumes with over 100,000 witnesses, soldiers, militiamen, policemen, civilians, women, children, and even Western Ukrainians snatched up while trying to visit their families in Donbass by these monsters unleashed by the regime-change gangsters. They all endured the worst of anything the Gestapo ever dished out, and Merkel, among other Western leaders, wears the shame that her fingerprints are on the throats of all these victims.

While we wait for the White Book, there is another venue where you can become a witness yourselves to some of these crimes, as there has been an independent documentary released, “Circles of Hell’, most probably intended to piggyback this new report. It has a representative selection of surviving victims and video footage that the “punishers” were so kind to leave behind for us in this age of hooded soldiers who love to record their work.
While spending much of yesterday refreshing my older research files and video material, I happened across an Azov battalion crucifixion and burning alive of a hapless Donbass PoW. And it did not seem to be the first time they had done one of these.

At my age I really do hate to watch these things because, frankly, I have seen enough horrors. But I feel we have a duty to be witnesses to these horrible events to honor this poor victim who most likely is among the missing in action people. It is much worse than the husband and very pregnant wife I watched hanged last year by another group of these murderers, making Donbass “snuff films” that they can show to their grandchildren some day when they ask, “Granddad what did you do during the Great War in Donbass?

Our VT crew saw the fingerprints of contract intelligence psyops people in the making of these films, as they had been very successful for ISIS… for recruiting I mean. They were geared for the sociopaths among us, to create a steady stream in replacements for their KIAs, and that is why I used orgy of hate in the title. It was not an attempt to hype the horror, but simply define it.

If this isn’t a war, I don’t know what is. It is a new kind though, where a country’s leadership attacks other states and people, while using its own as cannon fodder. If we don’t snap out of our slumber, our time on the Azov cross may be the final lesson in civics that we receive, and many of us will not be completely innocent because we refused to resist when we had the opportunity.

Even now in the EU, laws have been submitted to criminalize “conspiracy theories”. It does not take a genius to see how such laws could be abused by applying them to a respective Donbass portion of a country where there is strong opposition.

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Unknown said...

Maybe it's due to my substantial pessimism about the federal government and any of the candidates running for president, but something in me just doesn't trust Trump (or Cruz, Rubio, Clinton, Sanders, etc., for that matter).

I have this bad feeling Trump's candidacy is part of a plan to ensure Hillary Clinton is ultimately elected, either by splitting the GOP vote (like Ross Perot did to get Bill elected), or failing in the general election against Clinton. I'd like to think Trump is for real, but I don't. I think he's too closely connected to the elite for him to be a true anti-establishment candidate.

WVBORN56 said...

Trump opposes TPP and NAFTA! The establishment hate him. He wants to audit the federal reserve. Trust me he is for real and very anti establishment. In fact I fear for his life,